Nuclear chemistry concerns the study of the properties of the chemical elements at varying the structure of the atomic nucleus. It is a highly interdisciplinary subfield of chemistry because its applications range over physical science, engineering, biology, and medicine. This book discusses theoretical and practical recent aspects of the field, focusing on nuclear structure and properties of heaviest elements, on radiative decays and their products, on nuclear forces and reactions of fission, on radiation detectors and radiochemical techniques.
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